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to organize a petition drive. they did try to get the repeal of massachusetts health reform on to the ballot for a statewide vote. and it works in massachusetts like it does in every state. you need to get your ballot language approved by the state, then you need to get a certain number of signatures, but if you clear that number of signatures and it turns out enough of those signatures are real people, then your repeal thing goes on the ballot and people get to vote on whether or not to repeal that law. the repeal romney care folks never got to the end of that process, because they got distracted. see, the whole effort to repeal health reform in massachusetts seems to have actually been kind of a pet project, maybe a side interest, for one single anti-abortion group in that state. and even though the group said they really wanted to repeal romney care and they got the repeal romney care url and they got the website up and everything, they ended up losing interest. i think, because massachusetts decided that they were going to consider a doctor-assisted suicide measure, and that excited the
to tell you our first guest tonight is elizabeth warren, arre senator from massachusetts who is making democrats do back flips over the effect she is having on the democratic party, and she could be a big part of the next round of national democratic leadership for 2016 and beyond. senator elizabeth warren is our guest live in just a moment. >>> and in washington, though, this was the remarkable scene outside the home of republican house speaker john boehner early this morning. it is dark in these images because it started before dawn on the sidewalk in front of his house on capitol hill. and it carried on into the early morning light this morning. as young activists were bold enough to go to john boehner's doorstep to try to increase the pressure for him to allow a vote on immigration reform. this footage is from nbc latino, which covered the action this morning. >> what we're protesting here -- >> the reason why is because we have the vote for immigration reform. there is still time left in the calendar, in the congressional calendar. and the only thing stopping us is him. >> it is t
senator from massachusetts, a brand new fox news contributor scott brown. so, senator, what is the biggest problem facing america in your opinion? he think it's a combination of things as you referenced in the intree, jobs national security, energy, which actually makes it so individuals and businesses are uncertainty as to what the tax policy is and what the regulatory policy is. they are kind of standing idol. then you throw in the amazing amount of debt that we have and deficit that we have tremendous amount of gridlock, tremendous amount of indecision, that's contributing to the negative impressions that people have about our leadership and about people that are trying to solve those very real problems. >> yes, the problem is that our government is riding us into bankruptcy, but we the people are allowing it. why? >> well, let me just reference that. listen, bill, as you referenced your upbringing my mom and dad were married and divorced four times each. i lived in 17 houses. my mom was on welfare for a period of time. it was there as a safety net not as entitlement. there are people i
that massachusetts enacted in 2006 under governor romney. >> we can reasonably expect the numbers will grow substantially over the next five months as they did in massachusetts which enrolled only .3%. or 123 people in its first month. we know from experience in the bay state that people tend to research and consider their options talk things over with their families before making a purchase. >> joining me now, from "the washington post," and professor of economics at mit who worked on the massachusetts health care reform law and -- the affordable care act. okay, professor, it is up to you to tell us how -- the affordable care act is doing, compared to the early days of the massachusetts law. >> the big issue, it is too early to make a strong conclusion. the bottom line is people don't sign up until they have to. >> we are doing better than massachusetts. as secretary sebelius said .3% in massachusetts. 1 1/2% of the federal level. goal of 7 million. that is not a relevant comparison. relevant comparison happen in march. we need new focus on not the week to week and day-to-day, to date. >>
gruber is one of the architects of the massachusetts health care law known as romneycare and an architect of obama care. now we are learning there were quite a few architects of obama care. you are one of them. thank you very much for being here, professor. here's my question. the 5 million people, what if the insurance companies don't go along with the fix? what happens to them? >> the individuals have another month to buy insurance before they have to have plans before january. >> on health care.gov? >> right. they could go on and buy plans f. not, state insurance companies will have to work together to find a way to get a lot of people to keep their insurance. >> the last part is terrifying. >> well, we have to understand the context in which this is happening. these individuals are seeing their insurance policies cancelled often because they are substandard policies. >> let's not go there. >> our viewers know about the policies. i want to talk about what will happen to them. you have 5 million people, many of whom are watching now. the last part you said is very concerning that the st
. >> i think that massachusetts is always pointed to as the model and advancement. what most people don't understand is that massachusetts modifies insurance market over a 20 year period and going to the individual mandate was the last stuff in a long process that includes the health insurance market substantially. what we did was cram all that into is very short. mcintyre. neil: okay, the argument of massachusetts showing that things were not rammed down people's throats. now republicans are going to seize up this and say, okay, we want to refute us. >> welcome i think it would be great if we could see some bipartisan collaboration. and i hope that we can find a way through it. at the end o the day we have millions of cancellation notices and the people are worried and we need to get access to care. neil: thank you so much. meanwhile, we have a stunning admission. >> chronically the federal programs are over budget and behind schedule and, you know, we might have done more to make sure that we are breaking the mold and how we are going to set this up. but that doesn't help us now. we w
month in boston, for example, noted that in the first month of sign-ups for the massachusetts version of health reform, only 100 people signed none the whole first month. but in massachusetts, eventually the glitches got ironed out, and enrollment numbers went up. and now in massachusetts, there is essentially universal coverage. that state is essentially the template for our national numbers. but the numbers out today, 100,000 people signed up in the first month. in addition, another one million people were determined to be eligible for getting a new play in marketplaces for health insurance. but they have not chosen a plan yet. the overall idea is for everybody to get insurance over time. the republicans are rejoicing in the early low numbers, praying nobody else signs up to get health insurance, but we'll see how it goes. history tells us these things do tend to start slowly. also in washington today, you just heard on "all in" with chris hayes, they also saw the introduction of a landmark new piece of federal legislation that would try to protect women's access to abortion, protec
for the wrong reasons. mostly, the part of massachusetts where i'm fro didn't get any attention. when i was 12 years old, it got a lot, a lot of very positive reasons. it is because of this guy, paul tsongas. he had gone into local politics and in 1992, he was running for president. this is just when i was starting to get interested in politics. i didn't know much about the difference between the two parties. i knew it was really cool that someone that lived a few miles from our house was running for the white housing, the most important job in the world. every afternoon, the lowell sun would land on our doorstep. i would devour the information on the trail. i really wanted him to win. he won new hampshire and maryland and bill clinton overwhelmed him. there were a lot of reasons that he beat tsongas that year. one thing i knew, clinton had gotten rough and pushed the line. i was mad at bill clinton. i'll admit, i held a bit of a grudge. fast forward to 2007. i am writing a column i am not doing tv. i am a nobody. i am in thousands of dollars for debt. with hillary clinton setting out to run f
sense in massachusetts one of the state's there are 55 types of businesses exempted completely so massachusetts thinks it is okay for people who worked at a gas station or a movie theater to not be with their family but somehow if you worked at target or wal-mart that you have to be with your family. gerri: special rules? >> not many gas stations are open and i would say a lot are close. maybe not the major highway but it is a choice but to date there was a workout in whole foods in chicago somebody was fired because they refused to keep the pizza hut open. there is a trend with the big box stores whitening the time they're open and basically those who don't want to be working would have to work the. >> hall paternalistic to say if you were getting gas station your buck -- your boss to make the decision but in a wal-mart then the government makes us decision ? those who are lower wage workers should not be entitled to get time and half that a lot of employers offer or not during those hours? whole foods does offer time and half with my understanding and has more spots available to
in massachusetts, they put pictures like this on the wall. the loss to thieves nationally for supermarkets comes to $6 billion a year. the cost has to be made up somehow. >> if we aren't profitable we have to charge more for what we are selling. >> reporter: in many cases it is not the customers after the free stuffing, most of the theft that occurs at your grocery store happens right here at the checkout, at the hand of the employees. watch how this works. an overhead view of the cashier, items traveling past the bar code. see the red target. that is a turkey. what is happening right now, the cashier is suddenly jumping it around the scanner so it is not being rung up as a charge. although it is mixed in with other items that are. now, with the turkeys, some places really see a spike, as many as four times more turkeys heisted in november and december, than in the rest of the year combined. basically when you see that turkey being stolen, they have to sell 50 more turkeys to make up for the one that was given away for free. we asked maureen about what happens to the people who get caught? and w
and the administration up to ridicule consistent with what massachusetts, a state of only 6.5 million residents, experienced an initial rollout of romney care. not revealing the number of people that paid for the plan and she did not explain why the obama administration will withhold those numbers from the public until december 15. >> the numbers are consistent with the numbers that massachusetts reported and that we feel are the most accurate by the 15th of december and we will be able to tell you how many people have paid for this coverage. lou: or disturbing numbers. 55% say they believe the obama administration tried to deceive them about obamacare. compared to only 30% many say we need to throw obamacare out and begin again and 42% say keep trying to fix it and 10% say leave it alone. well, let's find out our guests tonight have to say. joining us is andrea and greg. cohost of the five and thank you both for being here. i would like to turn to you, andrea. she has become a metaphor for what is going on with health care dog of an obamacare itself. it's striking that this thing just doesn't
was in massachusetts touting his health care law in the state he claims obama care now is modelled on. massachusetts. the president struggled to address the wave of cancellation letters that are hitting both individuals and small businesses who buy their own insurance. this, of course, follows his repeated vows over several years that anyone who likes their insurance would be able to keep it. >> so if you're getting one of these letters, just shop around in the new marketplace. that's what it's for. >> our first guest tonight at that hearing today, she pressed sebelius on what some are calling the question of the day while making a strong point about obama care and lightening the mood just a bit at the same time. asking whether men can have babies, joining us, congresswoman renee elmers, member of the house committee on energy and commerce is x the republican women's policy committee. congresswoman, the question you asked, as i said, aside from lightening the mood, gets to some of the problems with obama care. did you expect an answer? >> you know, i knew that this was going to be a difficult questi
ridicule by calling those numbers consistent with what massachusetts, a state of only 6.5 million people, experienced in its initial rollout of romney care. sebelius also did not reveal the number of people who have actually paid for their new plans. she did not explain why the obama administration will withhold those numbers from the public until the middle of next month. >> the numbers are consistent with enrollment numbers that massachusetts reported and that we feel are the most accurate. by the 15th of december, we'll be able to begin to tell you how many people actually have paid for the first month of coverage. >> the sebelius revelations come after hours of heated testimony in front of two separate house committees. the top government technology officials grilled by house oversight on when the website will be fixed, and why it was launched without proper testing. and department of homeland security officials questioned by the committee on the site's lack of cybersecurity. fox news chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel with our report. >> reporter: many house lawmakers ga
facility. the medical center in massachusetts. the american civil liberties union say he's being maltreated in prison. here to explain, a criminal defense attorney and an attorney and co-host of "the five" so why is this thug complaining? what's the problem? >> he's saying that these restrictions are excessive and interfering with his right to represent himself. the fact that he's kept in sol te solitary. the person that put the restrictions in place is our own attorney general, eric holder. he did that on august 27th. so the problem is they're saying and aclu is joining in on this with mr. tsarnaev's lawyer saying these are undue restrictions. >> he's isolated from the other prisoners. >> solitary confinement. >> number two, all of his communications are monitored because he's a terrorist. he's a terrorist. is there anything else? >> the other one that's important is attorneys are forbidden from releasing information to outside sources. these are common measures put in place in terrorist cases. >> not a gag order on the attorney. >> it happens in many cases. it's not out of the question. >
-old massachusetts boy has now been formally indicted for allegedly raping and killing his algebra teacher. philip chism is phasing first-degree murder as an adult. prosecutors say chism raped 24-year-old colleen ritzer in inside the school and dumped her body in a nearby woods. the young teacher had reportedly stayed behind to discuss an upcoming exam with the boy. >>> one of the biggest injustices of the last century. the scotts borough boys wrongly convicted in the rape of two white women in alabama in 1931. six of them later cleared or pardoned but three others, haywood patterson and charles wing and andy wright remain convicted felons until now, some eight decades later. the state has officially pardoned them. >> long time coming. >>> after more than a decade behind bars, mike skakel is now a free man. he was relieved from prison weeks after his conviction for the 1975 murder of a neighbor was vacated. his bail set at $2.1 million. the appeals process could take years. >>> the s.e.c. is considering a plan that would let airline passengers use their cell phones in flight. the proposal would li
this enclave. this includes the republican plan for massachusetts. let me just say that citizens are very happy with that plan. >> they are trying to compare the rollout of omnicare to the rollout of obamacare. we are going to compare things. the question here is does this open up a rule for hillary clinton to say that we have problems. >> remember that. >> they are on the record saying that obamacare is simply a way hair. they don't work, now we only have one choice and they are smart enough to be thoughtful and careful. >> this is a disaster. this is a disaster for the president and he knows that he is in desperate trouble. he knows that. lou: now he begins to pay attention. thank you for being with us and good night from new york [ male announcer ] this store knows how to handle a saturday crowd. ♪ [ male announcer ] the parking lot helps by letting us know who's coming. the carts keep everyone on the right track. the power tools iroduce themselves. all the bits and bulbs keep themselves stocked. and the doors even handle the checkout so we can work on that thing that's stuck in the thing.
to create the stability. >> that was elizabeth warren before became the massachusetts senator. both sides would have added. and they either love her or hated her, but with both sides and now we keep asking her to come back, but she won't. she's getting the buzz is presidential candidate. sheila joins us now. a woman from both sides. but unlike this, she comes back. i don't know what's going on here. but i will say that obviously she appear appeals to the extreme level. and moderating the approach from the point of view from the obama administration and they want to hear from this on the left. when it comes to that financial matters, that has to be very dangerous and it's something that you want about, politicizing these financial matters on either side. but i worry about where this is leading. what do you think? >> i don't think, that. >> okay. >> or not, so putting that aside from i don't think the same kind of things that she is pushing is that radical. i think she identies as the middle class. and she connects with the main street problems. i think the kinds of solutions are really rad
in massachusetts. >> caller: yeah, hi. first time caller but a very long time fan. >> thank you. >> caller: my stock has gone progressively lower from 139 to 121 today. has j&j troubles brought the blockbuster pc down? >> i think that wonder drug is going to get right through the fda. 50/50. i like j&j. i reiterate, buy. let's go to phillip in michigan. >> caller: hi jim. thank you. you're good for america. my stock is sky works solutions. >> here's the problem. today's cirrus, a very good company, they got designed out of an ipad air. everyone is panicking. i feel sky works is still a trader. let's go to john in florida. >> caller: hi. john in dunedin, florida. >> good to have you again. what's up? >> i'd like to know if it's a good time to get back in on arena pharmaceutical? >> no, john. we've got to go blue chip. that one isn't even a red chip. nikita in washington. >> caller: hey jim. booyah to you. lng. i know we've got a while before those train whistles blow, but how we looking at the station? >> i've been pushing cnqu because i like the dividend action. once again, who has made us mon
is a liberal town. >> yeah. >> okay but i lived in liberal towns all myself. cambridge, massachusetts; you don't let the stuff bother you you. consider the source, right? who cares what they say? second letter from linda gardner from south dakota, i hope you and megyn go after the school board in sioux falls for say -- pledge of allegiance. military heros put their lives on the line every day so school board members. they should all be fired. dim wits inflicting beliefs on holidays. >> what's going on. >> sioux falls, south dakota, the school board voted down a proposal that would have required the pledge of allegiance to be said every day at high schools. they voted that down. veterans had been proposing this. >> why did they vote it down. >> they did support it at the middle school level. >> why did they vote it down. >> they said they didn't have time for it. they didn't have time to do it during the day. >> how many seconds 45 seconds. >> 8 seconds. they said it was too chaotic in the classrooms. this it is not a done deal. i spoke with someone who is speaking before the school board next
of the state's rejecting his proposal are blue states. they include new york, massachusetts, washington, ryland, and vermont. another obamacare embarrassment for help secretary kathleen subereous just two days after cameras caught are witnessing health care crash right in front of her eyes. we are learning that the website is a bust in her home state of kansas. just 371 people have signed up for coverage in kansas. and walmart blue cross blue shield doing its best to taken advantage of the websites failure. take a look at their new ad. >> things don't always work like they are supposed to. good thing the government exchange website is that the only place to buy health insurance. lou: it is a bitter pill for the president to swallow, even the liberal media now seems to have had enough of obamacare. time magazine's newest cover says it all with a headline and a broken promise, what it means for this presidency. it is unlikely this will help turn around the president's 37 percent approval rating. >> congressman corey gardner, a member of the energy and commerce committee and subcommittee on oversi
in the killing of a popular massachusetts math teacher. colleen was found dead outside her school in october. alexander field has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the details are disturbing according to a search warrant affidavit. it shows her 14-year-old student following her into the bathroom, donning gloves and a sweatshirt with a hood up. he's seen walking in and out of the bathroom several times. 30 minutes later, he wore a black face mask. her body was found in the woods next to a handwritten note saying i hate you all. ritzer had been raped with an object. according to the affidavit, when he was picked up, he was found with a bloodstained box cutter, a pair of her underwear and credit cards. he was visibly upset the day before during a conversation where she started talking about tennessee, a place he used to live with his parents before they split. it was a stressf fuful divorce. no motive was mentioned. >> we are devastated and heart broken by the details of the circumstancings surrounding the death of our beautiful daughter and sister. he's charged with murder and will
. richard in massachusetts. >> caller: hi, mr. cramer. thanks for taking my call. >> my pleasure. >> caller: i'm calling about giant interactive, g.a. >> oh, chinese play. it does have momentum, but i'm still not going to go there. i recommend bidu. i reiterate that i like yahoo!. why do i like yahoo? it's got the alibaba stake and i think that will be gigantic. chris in new york. >> caller: hey, jim. how are you doing? >> good, chris. how about you? >> caller: good, good. i acquired pxd at 185. >> let me spend time for a second on these independent oil companies. a lot of people feel they are absolutely over it. we know oil could fall further. i think the stocks are ahead of the commodities. they have already come down a lot. i like pioneer a lot, but let's understand each other. i like e.o.g. more than pioneer. i think e.o.g. will have better prices than pioneer at these levels. larry in ohio. >> caller: yes, cramer. >> yeah. >> caller: i wanted to know what you think about i bought some facebook. >> facebook's had a big run. my charitable trust rang the register a little today. why did w
, for our viewers in rhode island, i was looking this up, maine and massachusetts, it's illegal to open for big stores on thanksgiving. >> what you think? >> i think -- well, you know, i -- i've stopped enjoying full stop whether it's thanksgiving or not. quite frankly, i'm happy that a store's closed. it's good to take a breath, spend time with loved ones. >> for the family. >> but you have the economy, the u.s. economy, very reliant on consumer spending. >> i will not go near a mall on a normal day. >> i've joined that club, too. there you have it. >> too much. hopefully you've been able to visit with family, little hassle as possible. winter weather preview that blasted across the country this week, certainly slowed travel down a bit. but thank goodness did not bring it to a grinding halt. >> looked like they managed to get where they needed to go, in most places. snow in michigan, western new york, pennsylvania, there was rain in atlanta, windy conditions along the east coast. they did contribute to the traffic mess. it's the coldest it's been in 100 years in atlanta on thanksgiving
romney did it in massachusetts. 98.5%. >> they won't forget it completely it doesn't seem. >> any more than they forget the government shutdown. >> how do you justify my constituents who are calling me, a lady betsy in rockford, illinois, said her policy is being canceled and her costs are skyrocketing. how are you going to fix that these people were promised more affordable insurance, insurance for everybody. >> betsy should get a tax subsidy and her actual premium will be lower. >>> i want to turn quickly to iran, this week may be a very big week with negotiations with iran, with secretary kerry, the white house seems cautiously optimistic about this. the state department seems cautiously optimistic they can get a deal with iran. we've heard this before and nothing happened. is it going to happen, bret, you think? >> well, it's very hard to say. everyone thought that the last deal was going to happen and it failed on french objections. who would have thought that the french are actually quite serious about this. >> even though secretary kerry said they all agreed. you're not sure tha
story tonight, reaction. joining us from cambridge, massachusetts, hard university law professor charles ogetry who is a friend to the president. where am i going wrong here, professor? >> well, bill, where should i start? first of all, i love oprah winfrey she has done a great job and i think in her heart if you heard all of her statement, i'm sure all of it will be put on the fox network, she is talking about how things are much better than they were. she was incensed about whand to president obama with comments about race. she didn't say anything that the president said. in fact, he is one who has teflon when it comes to issues of attacking him. he has been attacked by people from start to finish. i think the reality is that he is a good man, he doesn't let race bother him. people say he ♪ race enough. he is too much race. he ignores that and tries to do what's best for the country. you think about it some of these criticisms have not just been about obamacare and people are very critical of that but the reality has been about everything. about whether he is a citizen, whether he wa
this work. it can work and it worked in massachusetts in 98% of the citizens have health insurance. this is the same system. >> thanks very much to both of you. we appreciate it. we look forward to your feedback. now bad news for tesl motors. it's the target of an investigation. this is an investigation why two of the models caught fire this year. according to reports it started a fire when the battery case cracked up. tesla once a company that could do no wrong. last week actor george clooney told "ed square" i was one of the first cats with a tesla but i'm telling you i've been on the side of the road for awhile with that and guys, why am i always stuck on the side of the f-ing road. anyway, tesla is not only relying on snack ki tweets but covering the warranty covering damage done. we believe in the safety of our car is correct and this is a minor cost and this is wrong and the right thing is for tesla to bear the cost, not the buyer. 35%, which is how much tesla's shares shrank since the high at the end of september. musk isn't worried about investors are. this still is still t
for the final okay from the states they're in but some states, including new york and massachusetts, they are refusing extensions. 20 states have yet to make any decision about it at all, leaving manyeople wondering where that leaves them in all this. okay, we know. calling it the nuclear option may sound more than a little heavy-handed but while the rule change we just witnessed in the senate is no cold war, a chill is now whipping through the halls of congress, at least that's what senator john mccain just told dana bash. >> there's a chill. >> reporter: they're not reaching out to the democrats that you worked with -- >> i reached out to them for the last two weeks, i've reached out to them. i spent an hour in harry reid's office. i've reached until my arm aches. >> let's bring in our panel. margaret carlson, michael warren and michael len. let's get a quick reaction about today's news. bad decision by harry reid, understandable? what do you think? >> harry reid's thinking was that whatever republicans are going to do now cannot be worse than what they have been doing. e republic
in massachusetts. >> you guys are crawling all over him. i'm using you guys. the media were calling all over the technical details of his business dealings, of, you know, they called him a vulture capitalist. they went after the takeovers. these companies, who was fired, who was not. they went into real detail about that but the actual obamacare law and the predictions of hospitals not taking insurance, doctors retiring, costs going up, those were real concerns that the media, for the most part, just kind of like well, no, this is a good idea for people to get covered there was a difference that romney was covered with great scrutiny and this policy was not. >> laura, you want to rerack the tape from my previous answer i think the press, anyone who denies that there was a failing -- at the same time, republicans did not run against this in part because mitt romney didn't. >> i agree with you on that. >> barack obama knew he wasn't going to run for re-election defending the program. part of the flaws of the way the media works. if the candidates aren't talking about it gets less coverage. no
normally gets $117 a week in unemployment but says massachusetts sent him a payment for more than ten times the amount, $11,300. the man told fox he has called eight to ten different numbers to try and fix the mistake, but no one will take the money back. he's torn up the check but says one woman he spoke with says if he gets another one, he should just cash it. gee, i wonder why government spending's so out of control? send the money to me, i'll cash it. be sure to tune in tomorrow, we have a special guest, lauren hudson. she wrote a book on capitalism -- she's only 13 years old! how she did it and why. this is the future of america, people. that is tomorrow at 5 p.m.. the willis report is coming up next. ♪ ♪ gerri: hello, everybody, i'm jerly willis. tonight on "the willis report" -- you are supporting their kids. billions of dollars in child support not being paid. also, airlines find yet another way to squeeze consumers, bidding on seats. and ear come the big deals -- here come the big deals, retailers are pulling out all the stops to get you shopping this thanksgiving and christmas
problem is that we have shown in massachusetts that this can work. that young people will sign up. that the incentives will work. the problem we have now is that, there has been so much dust thrown up. so many charges hurled against the affordable care act. that i worry that many of the people that we need off to soon up in order for the pools to work in order for most people to get the benefits that michael was talking about. will hold back. they went sign up. and i think that is frankly wart -- frankly part of the republican strategy. you see it failed. i think the affordable care act could work if given of a chance. all this commotion is not going to make things easier. >> michael. you wrote a become about the struggles of implementing the new deal under fdr. there are similarity here aren't there? >> i think anybody who, who examines the 1930s. and the new deal has to be struck by the parallels between what happened then and what has been happening now. i think the lesson is that any time you up end this status quo as franklin roosevelt did in the 1930s. barack obama has done
of martha moxley was vacates last month. he's awaiting a new trail. >>> a massachusetts grand jury indicted 14-year-old chism for murder, rape and robbery. the indictments detail horrific and unspeakable acts. chism allegedly assaulted and killed his algebra teacher colleen ritzer. >>> the companion of an 85-year-old believe there is a terrible misunderstanding and hopes north korea releases meryl norman soon. they were on an organized tour and boarded the plane when he was detained. >>> a cargo plane that landed at the wrong airport took off without incident on a runway a mile and a half shorter than it needs. what caused it to land at a airport 12 miles from it's intended destination? >> speaking of planes, i agree, no cell phones, we don't want them. >> i agree. >>> the plane landing at the wrong airport is crazy. >> but not unique. >> really? >> absolutely. pilots coming into land where airports might be close to each other and on the same configuration and runway settings, get confused or don't concentrate at the key moment. they see a runway, it's got the right number, they start the
be in a great hospital like massachusetts general or ucla or cedar sinai or mayo if i have a tough illness. community hospitals are great, but you go to the university hospitals for the best care. and if they're being shut out, that by definition is going to lead to a decreased quality care and ultimately a two-tiered system of medical care. >> we've gotten the doctor's take, now the nurse's take. deborah, your thoughts on this. >> the nurses over the entire country have been concerned about this health insurance reform. and it's not obama care or the affordable care act that's limiting the choices. let's be clear, these are the insurance companies that were left in charge of health care and wrote health care reform. they're the ones limiting care and creating this bureaucracy to deny our patients care. >> okay. but with all due respect, today, what people really care about is care being denied. are their children not going to be able to get -- because the report is these major hospitals because of a law are not going -- they're not included. not in the network anymore. >> well, and that's
in massachusetts, people did not sign up until late. granted, if we're talking about this come january or late february, then i think we've got a major problem. i think the questions of what needs to happen become much more difficult. >> kelly ann, i just get this feeling when i looked at people yesterday like mark pryor on the floor of the senate, he just looked like a defeated man. democrat arkansas up for tough re-election battle. who knows, anything can happen. you keep thinking it's going to stop. it's going to stop. but every day there's more bad news. the administration is going to make an important delay of obama care enrollment next year. but your take on this california deal which is being mirrored in places like new york. >> it is. and in fact, laura, about five million plus people have their health insurance policies canceled and 206,000, according to government statistics, have successfully enrolled. now, we're in the holiday season. americans know it's a bad deal and they are starting to see obama care for what it is, it's not just a bad website. they are starting to see for the
want to show you an sue. we're at dupont circle at massachusetts and 20th in northwest. take a look here right outside the big pnc bank. their sprinklers went off this morning and one of our crew members alerted us to this. you can see this entire sidewalk here, this whole stretch completely covered in a sheet of ice. if you come through here in the morning, be careful. you've seen a biker and somebody walking by trying to be careful. stepping and riding very gingerly as they come through. you can see all of the ice right here as well on the grass. obviously this is a very sort of strange situation because the water went off. keep an eye out because any amount of water will do something just like that. live in northwest washington, melissa mollet, news 4. back to you. >>> some people try to enjoy that type of ice on purpose. we've had a lot of people enjoying the cold wefrt in northern virginia. take a look at that. skaters at the ice rink at pentagon road there in arlington. you can see the kids pushing around some penguins on the ice, too. getting into the mood early to deal with
tonight, thanksgiving, this holiday defined by the pilgrims in ho landed in the massachusetts fleeing british tyranny. we have been taught that the british and the native americans formed alines and everybody had a great time. john stossel has a slightly different take on thanksgiving and here it is. you are not going to ruin the holiday for everybody, are you? >> no, let's be thankful to private property which made it possible. the pill grimtion almost starved. >> explain. >> the idea was that the colony would be a come moon and come moon. they could go out in the fields and everybody would say jeez, everybody else is working i don't. feel so good today, i will call in sick, i will get just as much stuff and they didn't grow enough food. >> they didn't grow enough food. >> so they would have starved. >> same thing happens in america with public parks. >> not so fast. so they are in trouble with this commune philosophy they brought from england, correct? >> the indians show up and help them and save them. >> they save them. they still nearly starve. >> gave them enough food indians pr
state on a percentage growth basis was massachusetts, that's also a pretty high taxed state and number one city for growing millionaires was new york city. with a 12 plus percent tax rate. so again, this could be despite the tax hikes in these places, not because of them. but basically this shows little correlation in how many millionaires a state can grow with the tax rates. >> really speaks, i guess, phil, more to the vibrancy of the economy. sometimes the sheer scale of the economy. i guess it should be no surprise that california would add the most. it's the biggest state and certainly has a very vibrant economy for growing millionaires in silicon valley. >> and i think that's what this does say. where the economy is growing, it's where these millionaires in many cases i know robert can talk about this, many of them are entrepreneurs or people who have built their millions and they've done it in areas where they can build a business. so yes, taxes play an important role, they always are for people who are extremely wealthy but at the end of the day they're growing their millions in
up. >> i go to mit, massachusetts institute of technology. >> i know what that stands for. >> i'm smart and i want respect! >> what's your major? >> machine tool technology. >> what are you going to work on? >> machinists. >> ever find a professor sometimes try to change your minds about politics? >> at the united states air force academy there are still very many very liberal individuals. >> you are kidding? >> they get a little bit offended when you are conservative and it's like hey, it's just the way i am made. >> this is awful. >> what do you mean? >> put it down. it's not cool not hip at all. >> i'm positive. >> what do you think harry reid does. >> he reads. >> i like it one comment. >> harry? >> harry, i don't know. you got to stop thinking about it. >> do you think this is a ruse to see your classmates nude. >> no there are other ways to see your classmates nude. >> i feel bad about my weight sometimes. >> so do i, jesse. >> you don't need to though. do youdo your parents know you participated in nudity in school? >> they do now. >> say hi dad. >> hi daddy. >> what do y
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